book review, horror, short story

The Encampment by the Gorge & Blood Memory by Zachary Ashford

Two thrilling horror stories comprise book #30 of the Short Sharp Shocks! Series. In The Encampment by the Gorge, a group of workers building a road through an uninhabited area of Australia seek those responsible for killing the site’s guard dogs. I may be biased to Ashford’s writing, as I am a fan of everything… Continue reading The Encampment by the Gorge & Blood Memory by Zachary Ashford

book review, book tour, fantasy

Book Tour: Of Myth and Shadow by Matthew S Cox

What an honor to be one of the reviewers kicking off the Blackthorn Book Tours tour of Matthew S Cox’s doorstopper fantasy novel, Of Myth and Shadow. About the book: Aegaan is a vast and righteous kingdom, yet darkness gathers in the distant corners of the realm. Elven raids on small towns have inflamed racial tensions… Continue reading Book Tour: Of Myth and Shadow by Matthew S Cox

book review, book tour, horror, short story

Book Tour: Moonlit Dreams/Moonlit Nightmares edited by Laura Seeber

The first of two Blackthorn Book Tours that I am taking part in this month, comes horror anthology, Moonlit Dreams/Moonlit Nightmares edited by Laura Seeber. About the Book: The moon has always been with us -- tempting us, enticing us, and enthralling us through the ages. Here you'll find thirteen stories involving this heavenly body… Continue reading Book Tour: Moonlit Dreams/Moonlit Nightmares edited by Laura Seeber

book review, horror, humor, short story

Waste Not by Rhonda Parrish

Zombie stories don’t get much better than this, with Rhonda Parrish’s three funny takes on the genre. Waste Not is the most familiar zombie story of the book, with a family trying to survive on their homestead. I loved the characters, and the ending was good, creepy fun. Feeders is a view of the zombie… Continue reading Waste Not by Rhonda Parrish

book review, fantasy

Faced With Destiny By Caleb Wright

It’s time to focus on relationships, as all the characters pair up in the fourth book of the series. Despite the building tension of book three, book four begins a bizarre one and a half years after the end of the last book. Tatsuo and Theo (who must now be 10?) have been moldering in… Continue reading Faced With Destiny By Caleb Wright